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What you need to know for Friday and the weekend: art fairs galore, a spot of warmer weather, and a six-figure fortune-telling scheme.
As artists’ creative spaces in New York have shrunk, so, too, has their art — if, that is, they still make art.
Malaysia’s state news agency says an appeals court has found opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim guilty on sodomy charges, overturning his earlier acquittal.
Audio recordings of Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s alleged conversations suggesting corruption have been leaked in the past weeks.
Former executives at Dewey & LeBoeuf were accused of using accounting gimmicks to fool banks and investors.
A panel in Geneva disagrees with the position of the United States that it has no obligations under a global rights treaty when operating abroad.
Zeroing in on Crimea. Understanding the coming referendum, a look at Crimea’s history and diplomatic reactions.
Dr. Jobe was renowned as the father of Tommy John surgery, a procedure that has been duplicated thousands of times in sports medicine.
The last abortion clinics in two poor and working-class regions were closing, and the number of Texas clinics, once at 44, is expected to fall to six.
President Obama has fixed ideas about how best to pursue peace in the Middle East, and a far less solicitous style than his secretary of state, John Kerry.
After being attacked by conservatives for supporting immigration reform, Senator Marco Rubio is trying to become the leading voice for a muscular brand of foreign policy.
New York is one of at least 26 states rolling out managed long-term care programs under Medicaid, but the widely praised version in Tennessee has had problems.
An explosion that killed four Marines last year was most likely caused by a dropped or kicked grenade, and two Marines were relieved of duty as a result, officials said.
The report comes as a soldier and a civilian were shot and killed in Caracas during an extended confrontation between residents, government supporters and troops.
The Knicks may be 22-40, but there’s always hope. Remember the team of Patrick Ewing, Allan Houston and Larry Johnson that advanced to the N.B.A. finals as an eighth seed?
The country recently rolled out its own fighter jet and tank and several ships, a defense lineup that could put Russian arms exports in trouble.
With the music industry turning digital, music companies can now understand their customers’ listening habits in greater depth than ever before.
Amid the push to expand full-day preschool in New York, some parents say kindergartners who are in school for only a few hours a day are being overlooked.
The State Department imposed a ban on visas for people who have taken steps to undermine Ukraine’s territorial integrity, and Russia vowed to reciprocate.